Britain's STAMPIN' GROUND have been confirmed as the support act for the forthcoming ARCH ENEMY European headlining tour, which is scheduled to kick off in mid-February.


Feb. 17 - Live Music Hall - Cologne, GER
Feb. 18 – RockIt - Stuttgart, GER
Feb. 19 - New Backstage - Munich, GER
Feb. 21 – Cesena - Vidia, ITA
Feb. 22 – Motion - Bergamo, ITA
Feb. 24 – Razzmatazz II – Barcelona, SPA
Feb. 25 – Carcol - Madrid, SPA
Feb. 27 - Elysee Montmartre - Paris, FRA
Feb. 28 – Lantaarrn - Hellendoorn, NETH
Feb. 29 – Effenaar - Eindhoven, NETH
Mar. 02 – Logo - Hamburg, GER
Mar. 03 – Works - Osnabruck, GER
Mar. 04 - Zeche Carl - Essen, GER
Mar. 05 - Hof Ter Loo - Antwerpen, BEL

STAMPIN' GROUND's fourth album, "A New Darkness Upon Us", was released in October through Century Media Records. The follow up to 2000's "Carved From Empty Words" was recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, England, in July with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, TESTAMENT, STUCK MOJO, SKINLAB, ARCH ENEMY).


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